By Geoff Berkeley Wednesday 07 August 2013 Updated: 16/08 11:04
THOUSANDS of real ale and cider enthusiasts are set to flock to Pitchcroft racecourse next week for this year’s Worcester Beer Festival.
The event, which runs from Thursday (August 8) until Saturday (August 10), will see a range of more than 200 beers, 100 ciders and perrys as well as fruit and grape wines on offer for drinkers to enjoy.
Bands, including Suzi And The Backbeats and Outland Slickers, will also be playing throughout the three-day festival, which is run by The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).
Bill Ottaway, festival co-organiser, said there will be a number of new local ales and hopes more than 14,000 people will turn up to try them out.
“We expecting it be another great year with even more people enjoying real ale, ciders and perrys and I am hoping the sun continues to show its face,” he added
Doors will open at 5pm on Thursday, while the final two days will take place from 11am until 11pm.
Tickets for all sessions are £5, apart from after 5pm on Friday (August 9) which costs £8.
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